The Benefits of Composting

Compost is organic matter that has been decomposed and recycled as a fertilizer and soil amendment. It is an essential ingredient in organic farming and involves using things we usually trash (banana peels, apple cores, fall leaves, weeds, etc.) into a matter to use in gardens. While those who compost see it as a way to control household waste, gardeners enjoy additional perks when utilizing nutrient-rich compost.

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Productive Activities to Resist Blowing Your Budget

Spending money is easy – you see something you like, and you buy it. Frivolous spending on a regular basis can land you in debt. Avoid months or years of paying off debt from irresponsible spending. When the urge to shop or acquire something new pops up, put your energy towards doing something productive as an alternative to spending money. Here are some suggestions to get you started:
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How To have a Budget Friendly New Year’s Eve Party

New Year’s Eve is almost here. As we say goodbye to 2016, reflect on the past year, and get excited for what 2017 has to offer, it’s always a great time to gather family and friends to celebrate. Don’t have any plans yet? You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on a lavish New Year’s Eve party. Here are some great ideas for throwing a last-minute budget friendly New Year’s soiree.

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Best Destination Wedding Spots in America

Getting engaged is exciting and should be one of the most joyous times in a person’s life. Once the real planning starts, it’s easy to get stressed out when vendor proposals start rolling in and you realize you have way too many people on the guest list to keep the wedding affordable. One method many couples use to ease the financial burden is choosing to have a destination wedding, as fewer guests tend to be able to fly in, stay at a hotel, and also contribute a gift.

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